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Word: chancellor

Definition: legal official of high rank; CF. chancellery(chancellory): position of a chancellor

Sentences Containing 'chancellor'

(From August 2008 Tom Bloxham has been the sole Chancellor.)
(The position of Vice-Chancellor at the Scottish universities is not analoguous to that in England; see "Chancellor of the University of Glasgow".)
A. L. Fletcher was the first Vice-Chancellor of the university.
After the meeting, the school chancellor, Fr.
Aref, who was a professor at University of Tehran, was elected as its chancellor in 1994.
Brodrick's grandfather, the first Viscount, had risen to become Lord Chancellor of Ireland.
Childers became Chancellor of the Exchequer in 1882, a post he had coveted.
Dalton, a highly skilled economist, became Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Dame Leonie Kramer was Deputy Chancellor of the University of Sydney from 1989–91 and Chancellor from 1991-2001.
Foster was Chancellor of Leeds Metropolitan University from 2005 to 2009.
From 1331 to 1334 he served as Chancellor of the Exchequer and from March to July 1338 as Lord Chancellor.
From 1945 to 1973, Eden was Chancellor of the University of Birmingham, England.
Gao spoke against it, pointing out then that no one would be able to control the chancellor.
Gough recently took up a new post as Deputy Vice-Chancellor.
Hammann was the trusted adviser of Chancellor Bernhard von Bülow.
He also became chancellor of the University of Moncton in 2004.
He also served as Vice Chancellor at the Federal Urdu University.
He has recently been designated a Chancellor for JDRF.
He is currently the vice chancellor of Karachi University.
He is the Chancellor of Periyar Maniammai University.
He is the Vice-Chancellor of the Chinhoyi University of Technology.
He lives in Northamptonshire, and is the father of British model Cecilia Chancellor and the uncle of British actress Anna Chancellor.
He served as chancellor at the court of Clotaire III.
He was appointed secret chancellor and chapel ispán in 1344.
He was chancellor of the University of Pretoria from 1934 until 1948.
He was the Chancellor of Bălţi's State University "Alecu Russo".
He was vice-chancellor of the university in 1723–4.
In 1669 he was unanimously chosen vice-chancellor of the university.
In 2013 she was appointed Deputy Vice-Chancellor.
In 707, he was removed as chancellor and made the principal of the imperial university (國子祭酒, "Guozi Jijiu").
In 782, with Lu then serving as the only chancellor but knowing that Emperor Dezong, by custom, would want to commission at least one more chancellor, he recommended Guan to be chancellor.
In January 1933, Hitler became the German chancellor.
Magistrate and orator of great eloquence chancellor of France under Louis XV.
Now, you know, Copperfield, if I was Lord Chancellor, we couldn't do this!'
On 9 February 2012 he became Chancellor of Keele University.
Previously he was Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research at Sussex University.
She was appointed Pro-Chancellor of The Flinders University of South Australia in 1981 and subsequently Chancellor in 1988.
She was Chancellor of the University of New England from 1994 to 2003.
She was Vice Chancellor of Punjabi University, Patiala, India.
Subsequently, the popular sentiment also opined that Guan, as fellow chancellor to Lu during this disaster, should not be allowed to remain as chancellor, and Emperor Dezong made Guan the minister of justice (刑部尚書, "Xingbu Shangshu") instead, no longer chancellor.
The Chancellor of Keele University is the ceremonial head of Keele University.
The FDP nominated him "candidate for chancellor".
The full Board of Regents unanimously confirmed Blank as chancellor on April 5, and she began as chancellor on July 22.
The governor of the state is the Chancellor of the University, and include those nominated by the chancellor.
The position of Pro-Chancellor is the current minister in charge of higher education of the legislature, and can act on behalf of the Chancellor if the Chancellor is absent.
The previous chancellor, Kathryn A. Martin, served from 1995-2010.
The university inherits Swinburne's Sarawak Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor.
William Hamilton was deputy chancellor of England from 1286 to 1289, then Lord Chancellor from 1305 to his death on April 20, 1307.
Wilson was Chancellor of Murdoch University between 1980 and 1995.
Yao's fellow chancellor Wei Zhigu had previously been a subordinate of Yao's who had become progressively promoted to become chancellor with Yao.

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